July 19, 2005
It has been
a month since
we last wrote and a lot has happened that we want to share. Most
want to thank you for your continued prayers for our health and the
the “Give Ye Them To Eat” program and staff in Mexico.
her first and
second chemo treatments with three week’s rest in between. The
treatment went well but the side effects that kicked in later that day
continued for a week were really bad. We have experienced Typhoid
Salmonella during our years in mission service and now we have
compare those experiences to; chemotherapy. Trust us; if you can
any of these three, be sure to do so!
continued to improve as she moved into the second and third week. For
14th treatment, the oncologist gave her a different
medicine with her pre-med drip before the chemo and that seems to have
worked. There are other side effects and fatigue, of course, but
debilitating nausea night and day has not consumed her as before.
God! We hope she will continue to do well.
back in Mexico
serving with the GYTTE staff at the Puebla office and out at the “Tree
Training Center. He and the staff have
a busy summer schedule. Terry hopes to
return to Arizona for a couple weeks the second half of August. That
will put a
smile on Muriel’s face!
As we have
been blessed by
God’s mercy and grace, we pray that you experience God’s embracing love
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